Lindsay Lohan, whose name is spelled without an h, has resurfaced. The actor has returned to his role as a movie star after taking a hiatus from performing that lasted for over ten years. In the upcoming holiday film Falling for Christmas on Netflix, the actress who should be nominated for an Academy Award for her work in The Parent Trap will bestow upon us the gift of her presence onscreen for the first time.
By sharing a new poster for the movie Falling for Christmas on Monday, October 3 (you know what day it is), Lohan promoted Falling for Christmas and recognized today’s unofficial holiday in the same self-promotional way that a queen of self-promotion would.
Netflix also makes available several stills from the film, which are as follows:
On Thursday, November 10, Falling for Christmas will be released to the public. According to Netflix, this is the logline:
“A newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress gets into a skiing accident, suffers from total amnesia, and finds herself in the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner and his precocious daughter in the days leading up to Christmas,” the synopsis reads. “In the days leading up to Christmas, she finds herself in the company of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner and his precocious daughter.”
This seems like the type of part that Lindsay Lohan was destined to play, much like Lola in “Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen,” which is another one of her movies. Glee’s Chord Overstreet, George Young, Jack Wagner, Olivia Perez, Alejandra Flores, Chase Ramsey, Sean Dillingham, and Antonio D. Charity are some of the other actors in the cast of Falling for Christmas, which also features Lindsay Lohan.
Falling for Christmas is the first film that Lohan has agreed to produce for Netflix as part of a two-film arrangement. The title of the second movie is Irish Wish, and it is expected to be made available on Netflix in the year 2023. At the beginning of this year, Lohan gave an interview to Glamour in which she said, “I feel that what we don’t have enough of right now is romantic comedies. And that is just what it is: a truly enjoyable, encouraging romantic comedy. When I read the screenplay, as well as when we first began filming it, I was completely unprepared for how physically hilarious we were going to be. There is a lot of physical comedy in it, which is something that I really enjoyed doing—one it’s of my favorite things to do, and it’s something that I haven’t gotten to in a while.
“This first movie was wonderful for me because I really want to do something pleasant and fun and family-oriented,” she said. “And this movie was perfect for me because it was the right blend of all three.” “I enjoy doing that. I miss seeing romantic comedies and wish there was less of a focus on horror films. I want to keep it happy.”